Recently a Talkshop reader asked
August 8, 2016 at 12:56 am
I have a problem bookmarking your site book, sometimes it just does not show new editions.
If you had a “home” button I would find it easier to check.
I like you blog and read it everyday, but the last article I can find is aug 1st
Roger replied …
August 8, 2016 at 5:40 am
Stuart Large: When the top article has a black dotted line round it, new articles appear below that one, because it has been pinned to the top of the page. Just scroll down a bit and you’ll see them.
Fair enough, this explains what is going on but is only sometimes, pinning one or more articles to the front page is a fairly rare occurrance.
The other Stuart then writes
August 8, 2016 at 9:07 am
There is a Home button [‘Blog Home page’] at the foot of the web page.
Tim now steps in…
There is a list of “latest” articles in the blog left sidebar, not at the top or bottom.
On pondering I’ve dreamt up put the three together. Years ago I put a crude front page footer in place, largely for my own convenience, keyboard key combination gets me instantly to the page bottom and there are useful links for me.
Not ideal or neat but adding a magic code has now added links to the “latest” blog posts as a list in the table and at a known fixed place in the blog. This might help a few users. It could probably be made pretty.
Above is non-live example.
I hope that helps.
I notice the other Stuart, who is doing the Suggestions rollover has added a stop sign image, nice one, why didn’t I think of that? 🙂
1. End and Home key, or with cntrl. Are other ways.
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